On Monday 21 March, MOSAIC was invited to present during the French Presidency of the Council of the EU's workshop on civic engagement in Mission cities, part of a broader conference on civic engagement in the Missions.
MOSAIC partners recently came together in person at the LISIS, Université Gustave Eiffel in Paris to prepare for the next stages of the project.
The TIMES4C consortium is holding its first Citizen Science Helix Event: The Role of Citizens in EU Missions, taking place online on Tuesday 8 February 2022 from 13:30 - 17:00 CET.
The European Commission has shared that 377 cities submitted an Expression of Interest to the Horizon Europe Mission for climate-neutral and smart cities, which closed on 31 January.
There is one week left for European cities and regions to submit their Expressions of Interest in the Horizon Europe Mission on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.
An upcoming OECD conference seeks to develop a policy agenda to pair the transformative potential of emerging technology with the need for good governance. It will explore how we can increase innovation actions that use inclusive processes to have a lasting, positive impact.
As part of its eight-part webinar series, the GRACE-RRI project is organising a webinar on considerations to take into account at the beginning of an RRI project. The webinar aims to facilitate knowledge exchange between ending and starting RRI projects, particularly considering lessons learned in the development and implementation phases. The session will also ask what legacies should be carried forward into the next generation of RRI projects and how to establish links between past and present projects.
The call for Expression of Interest for the Horizon Europe Mission on Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities is now open. Through this mission, MOSAIC will test its mission-orientated co-creation methodology.
This new video gives an overview of how the project is working to find the best ways to ensure the active participation of multiple stakeholders, including citizens, in mission-orientated settings.
The annual conference organised by DG ECFIN and the Joint Research Centre (JRC) will take place in November this year under the theme 'charting the European economy post-COVID-19: unusual times require unconventional policies'. The conference brings together European Institutions, researchers, academic institutions, think tanks, civil society and citizens to discuss and exchange on the latest research developments. Learn more and register here.